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Events Diary for March 2017 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
March 2nd 2017 Funding Deadline: Arts Council Film Project Award 
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Purpose of the award: The film project award supports initiatives in the field of film commencing on or after 1 July 2017.

March 5th-10th 2017 Screen Training Ireland: Chrysalis: The Advanced Screenplay Development Programme 
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Chrysalis is an intensive, project-based development programme. It is aimed at writers and development teams of both live action and animation cinematic projects. Individual writers in receipt of third party support and teams of a writer / writers with their active producer / development executive are asked to apply. Eight strong film projects which are approaching or are at the mid-point of the development process will be chosen to participate. The programme will take the form of workshops on the craft of screenwriting combined with intensive project development in a group setting. Following this participants will have an opportunity to develop a new draft. They will receive one to one feedback and guidance on their new draft.

March 7th-8th 2017 Production Accountancy for TV Drama 
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This course has been designed specifically to help meet a shortage of skilled Production Accountants in the Drama sector. It is set at introductory level and you do not need to be already working in television. It will also benefit TV professionals looking to step up into the role or who may be looking to move into this genre of production. (You will need to undertake basic book-keeping training if you want a career as a Production Accountant but it is not essential for this course.) The two day course has been created in collaboration with Creative Skillset and Big Talk Productions

March 8th-12th 2017 Silk Road Film Festival 2017 
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The Silk Road Film Festival celebrates cinema, culture and art, presenting films from regions, which were once part of the historical network of the Silk Road ancient trade routes and focuses in particular on Asian, Arab, Persian, African, Mediterranean and European cinema.

March 8th-10th 2017 Cartoon Movie 2017, Bordeaux 
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Cartoon Movie is neither a fair nor a festival, but rather a pitching & co-pro forum for animated feature films. For two days, producers have the opportunity to pitch their film project in order to speed up financing, find co-producers and interest international distributors. Since its creation in 1999, 274 films found financing, representing a total budget of 1.9 billion EUR.

March 10th 2017 Funding Deadline: ilDÁNA 
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The purpose of this fund: TG4 and the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon, in association with Galway Film Centre, are delighted to announce the launch of ‘ilDÁNA’. ilDÁNA is designed to support the production of landmark creative documentary films on the arts in Irish. ilDÁNA will provide film-makers with an opportunity to make distinctive ambitious works to enrich the TG4 primetime programme schedule and have a national impact with audiences. Films commissioned for ilDÁNA will provide a definitive creative treatment of their arts subject. All artistic disciplines will be considered. Contemporary subjects are preferred but contemporary treatments of historical works may also be considered. Two films will be funded with a budget of up to €80,000 each in the first season of the scheme. Both will launch with a dedicated cinema screening and will have a theatrical window before broadcast to a primetime TG4 audience in Spring 2018. Galway Film Centre will administer the commissioning of the ilDÁNA films and TG4’s ‘Terms of Trade’ will apply. Representatives from TG4, the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and Galway Film Centre will select the projects for ilDÁNA.

March 11th 2017 Pulse College Open Days in Dublin and Galway 
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Pulse College interactive open events provide the perfect opportunity for you to speak to tutors and staff about the courses at Pulse College and career paths in the creative media industry. 12pm start (sharp).

March 15th 2017 Submission Deadline: Dublin Sci-Fi Film Festival 
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Dublin Sci-Fi Film Festival is Ireland's newest genre-specific film festival. In its inaugural year the festival will take place over a weekend in Dublin City Centre and comprise screenings of new features, documentaries and short films, along with classic sci-fi and fantastic features from the vaults.

March 17th 2017 Mid-March Submission Deadline: The Short Film Festival of Ireland 
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The short film festival of Ireland welcomes short films from all over the world in all genres and types. We're filmmakers and we love sharing, seeing and finding new short films that tell great stories, no matter what the format. We believe in short films and that the future of narrative content in particular is heading towards much shorter content. With that in mind we wanted to create a festival that will bring the very best of short films from all over the world to Ireland. Our festival will take place in Wexford, Ireland and screenings will be hosted in 100 seat theater with HD projection and 5.1 surround sound.

March 23rd-26th, 2017 Dingle International Film Festival 
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Dingle International Film Festival is couched within the breathtaking town of Dingle on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula, southwest Ireland and takes places annually March; Dingle is home to many film makers, one of Irelands only independent cinemas, is a known film location and a major tourist destination making it the perfect home for our festival.

March 23rd-26th 2017 Dingle Film Festival 2017 
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Dingle International Film Festival is couched within the breathtaking town of Dingle on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula, southwest Ireland and is part of The Wild Atlantic Way. The festival takes places annually in March. Dingle is home to many film makers, one of Ireland’s only independent cinemas, is a known film location (Ryan’s Daughter, Far and Away and Star Wars: The Last Jedi) and a major tourist destination making it the perfect home for our festival.

March 24th-25th Animation Dingle 2017 
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Set in magical Dingle, on the most westerly peninsula of Europe, Animation Dingle, in partnership with JAM Media and Dingle International Film Festival, is now in its 5th year and celebrates student creativity and excellence in Irish and International animation.

March 24th-25th 2017 YAOTY - Young Animator of the Year 
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A Disney Channels executive will present the overall winning student with their award, at a premiere screening of their winning film, during the 5th Animation Dingle event in March 2017. The winning student will also be offered a placement in JAM Media's studios in either Dublin or Belfast, and receive an award designed by renowned Dingle jeweller, Brian de Staic.

March 28th-April 27th 2017 Pulse College Intro to Film Production 5-Week Course 
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This intensive Introductory Course provides an immersive introduction to the exciting world of professional film production. You will be working extensively with HD cameras and professional editing equipment throughout the course, and will receive hands-on experience of writing, shooting, directing and editing your own films. Tuesday + Thursday Evenings. 550euro.

March 28th-May 4th 2017 Pulse College Intro to Animation - 6-Week Course 
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Developed and delivered by industry professionals, this intensive Introductory Course will teach you the fundamental principles of animation as well as the tools you’ll need to create 3D animations. Tuesday + Thursday Evenings. 550euro.

March 31st, 2017 Earlybird Deadline: Dub Web Fest 
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Dub Web Fest is a celebration of the storytelling power of the Internet through original web series. Established by French Filmmaker and Web Series Creator, Mikael Thiery and Videography Ireland Director, Erol Mustafov, The Dublin Web Fest (Dub Web Fest) unites digital media and tech worlds. We showcase screenings, host Youtube panels and welcome TV and Film production professionals to Dublin’s Filmbase over the course of three days. Dub Web Fest is showing that Ireland can be a web series and digital content hub for amazing talent to flourish.

March 31st 2017 Submission Deadline: Still Voices Short Film Festival 
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First established in 2014 as a showcase for local filmmakers, Still Voices has developed over the years with the aim of encouraging and supporting young filmmaking talent across the midlands and Ireland. The Still Voices Short Film Festival offers the perfect opportunity for both filmmakers and film lovers to come together, share ideas, develop relationships and enjoy the work of some of the best up-and-coming Irish and International talent out there today. Located along the river Inny in the heart of the midlands, the town of Ballymahon provides the ideal setting for our budding short film festival.

MArch 31st 2017 Earlybird Submission Deadline: DubWebFest 
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DubWebFest is a celebration of the storytelling power of the Internet. Uniting digital media and tech worlds, the festival provides a platform for original web series and short form digital content, as TV and Film production professionals gather in Dublin for this unique annual event. Part of a worldwide network of festivals, DubWebFest is an opportunity for web series and digital content makers to unite for three days to celebrate online storytelling. The festival provides digital storymakers with a unique opportunity to showcase and partake in original screenings, workshops from leading industry professionals and more, as an international audience of digital movers and shakers unite for this unique occasion. Submit your work under one of DubWebFest’s categories from script writing to web series and short films. Join us in Dublin in November to celebrate and acknowledge excellent digital content and web series, as we connect industry and audience in a celebration of the digital story.

   


 
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